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About Helen Siegl
Something about the designer of the block prints often used on this site.

The blockprints used to illustrate text studies on this site are from a book we purchased, published from Pueblo Publishing of images created by Helen K. Siegl. Based on web research we found this book is known as Clip Art; Block Prints for Sundays, by Helen Siegl. ISBN: 081466066. Liturgical Press, 1992. This book is not available at the Liturgical Press website, though another book of clipart on the Old Testament is available.

The images were scanned in 1992. Use of these images on this site does not imply any permission granted to others to download and use these images.

The following brief biography is from a website dedicated to Helen K. Siegl, international illustrator and printmaker:

Helen Siegl is a print maker, illustrator, working in various mediums - woodcuts, lithographs & etchings, monotype.

Born in Vienna Austria, on August 18, 1924, Siegl studied under Professor Oswald Haetel, architecture and design at Academie Für Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, (Formerly Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule) and worked in his studio from 1946 till 1951. In Montreal 1952 she married Theodor Siegl, Conservator of Paintings for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and moved to Philadelphia Pennsylvania. They had seven boys and one girl. She is retired now and living in Corning, New York. Since 1952, Siegl has exhibited in more than 60 shows around the world. Her prints have appeared in numerous publications, some of which are: Aesop's Fables, from Random House. Birds and Beasts, from World Publishing Co., Earrings for Celia, from Panthion Books and Indian Tales, published through Random House. Several Limited editions with Helen's original block prints are Bestiary, published through the Philadelphia Print Club, Mother Goose & Herbal, from Janus Press, and Christmas Carols, from Barry Publishing.

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